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2008. his 29-year career in the fbi included 11 years as a member of the u.s. government senior executive service. he directed the office of international operations which included officers at fbi headquarter in washington, d.c., and 76 legal offices in us embassy and consulate worldwide. he served as a member of the executive committee of inter poll. >> thank you. i would like to -- i guess amplify what spike talked about in term of organized crime and basically the evolution of the u.s. efforts to combat it. both domestically here and working throughout the world with other organizations to try to stop it. much has been made over the years that organized crime and terrorist groups were going to form a partnership that would be devastating to the united states, developed countries, and developing countries. what we have seen over the years it's not exactly worked out that for several reasons. in the areas where they cooperated a great deal they have expertise in explosive i have, creating fax travel documents, accessing the global financial networking, committing violence -- wh
the fbi in 76 offices overseas, including, i had agents assigned at europol, interpol, u.n. headquarters in new york. among discussions was either to eliminate or cut by 50% the fbi's international offices. again, another act of absolute stupidity. i want to go to the hill and argue anybody who raises the issue to tell them how stupid it is, why we need the relationships, why we need representations, and how every day it affects u.s. and health of the u.s. national security. an example of that, a particular u.s. senator i will not name, landed once in a foreign country, greeted by the fbi agent there, and his remark was, well, i guess the fbi's sun never sets on the fbi. the agent was polite and everything, but he could have said, the sun never sets on u.s. interests either, pal. [laughter] thank you. [applause] >> we have a lot of agreements and initiatives that i had to talk about the americas with the americans. i'm concerned about how demanding that it's been used to help been misused, and who -- a lot of money has been lost, and more concerning to me is to see that a lot of people t
security. an fbi special agent in charge of intelligence of former u.s. ambassador to pakistan, and a senior of aclu attorney took part at event hosted by the rand corporation in california. this is just over an hour. >> now, let me introduce the speakers. i won't tell -- you have to figure out who they are. they are not seated yet. it's a great topic and a great panel. henry willis is one of the young stars of the organization will moderate. he's both a senior analyst and professor at the party rand graduate school. that's him on the far end. he's an e pert on risk analysis. a risk analysis decision technique caused a wide range of issue and most recently testified before congress applying it to homeland security issues. next is rafael george garcia. the special agency in charge of the intelligence division in los angeles. mr. bill lewis was unable to participate. and we are glad that george can representative the fbi tonight. he worked in various capacity with the fbi since 1995. focusing on intelligence, counterterrorism, and wmentd wmd. his work has taken him, obviously, to
" magazine. "when the fbi spent decades hunting for a soviet spy on its staff." when did this happen, how did it come about? guest: it is the first mulholland. hunt.e i broke that story. the fbi still will not talk about it. a kgb agent in new york city walked into the fbi building in manhattan and volunteered his services. he said he was discontent and his talents were not being recognized. said were toe taking a big chance to walk into our building because you might have been seen? no, i am not worried about it. our people are meeting with your guy, dick. that was telling the fbi that the russians had a mole inside the fbi and the russians called him dick. hunt tolaunched a mole try to find dick. because they did not know his real name, they called him an , which stands for unknown subject. upside downe fbi for a couple of decades. they are looking for this guy. host: the year that it all began? guest: 1962. was he ever caught? he or she? that's an interesting story. it was a he, as far as is known. was code-named fedora. as to whether or not he was telling the truth or trying to -- the bel
don't think so. i have written 14. host: his report deals with the first ever mole hunt within the fbi. "mole hunt" by david wise. "when the fbi spent decades hunting for a soviet spy on its staff." caller: i have a couple of comments and maybe a question. i enlisted in the marine corps as a security guard. during the time i was in the marine corps, i ran into a program where we had put people in foreign countries, czechoslovakia, hungary, poland, bulgaria, and they spoke the language and they were living as citizens of those countries and collecting intelligence on us. i'm not positive on the code name. i was going to apply for it. that has been going on for years. we have been collecting intelligence from our embassies and on top of everybody else's embassies, collecting some type of intelligence. we have a staff of snoops and we had -- people. i'm not sure the title. again form come debriefings all the time. they were very informative. the other thing -- we have been doing this -- we had the ability to listen when i was with the agency. i went with the agency in 1973, but we have th
in their traitorous minds.'" >> reporter: as the fbi works out the details of this murderous path the t-s- a is also asking how is it that in the post 9-11 era did a gunman could make it this close to an american passenger plane. >> "obviously this gives us great concern. so we'll look at what our policies are but it's all done in cooperation with each airport police agency and how we go about providing for the best possible security." >> reporter: because on this day at america's third busiest airport it failed to prevent one man with a gun from doing this. kyung lah, cnn, los angeles. >> we are learning more about the victim of the shooting. 39-year-old gerardo hernandez. as loved ones grieve the death of the t-s-a officer. kron 4's mike pelton reports live from the newsroom with more on hernandez. and where the investigation goes from here. mike? >> 39-year-old gerardo hernandez is the first t-s- a official to die in the line of duty in the agency's 12-year history. and he would have celebrated his 40th birthday just next week. instead.family members are mourning his death. his widow.spoke for th
't support many politicians but making an exception with chris christie. >>> the fbi investigating the deadly shooting of a 13-year-old boy who police discovered was holding a toy gun. >>> hi, everyone, i'm tamron hall. we are following new revelations about the secret surveillance program. on the front page of "the wall street journal", for five years of his presidency, president obama was unaware the u.s. was spying on dozens of world leaders by tap their phones. the president learned about the spying for the first time this summer as part of an internal review he called for. white house officials also told the paper the administration put an immediate stop to some of the programs after finding out about them, including the one tracking german chancellor angela merkel. today the white house responded. >> the president feels strongly about making sure we are not just collecting information because we can, but because we should. phone call the president had with chancellor merkel made sure we do not and will not monitor the chancellor's communications. >>> another report out today, this one i
or to read the interviews that the f.b.i. conducted with them, within hours after, what did the administration say to you? >> there is an ongoing criminal investigation which is stunning. under that theory we would not be able to 9/11 and cleland sheikh muhammad was prosecuted. i'm not trying to solve a crime. i'm trying to find out from the mouths of people who were on the ground did you ever report to washington or anyone that there was a protest? how could the president, jay carney, susan rice and all of them claim that this was a protest created by a video if nobody on the ground who lived through the attack ever said there was a protest? two days after the attack did the survivors say to the f.b.i. there was a protest? if they did not, how did the story of a protest start? >> now because you have not gotten satisfaction, you've not gotten the interviews, the transcripts of the interviews or to talk to them you are now threatening to block every new presidential nominee, which is a member of the senate, you can put a, quote, hold on them until you get access to these fol
the interviews of the fbi within hours, what does the administration say to you? >> they say it's an on going criminal investigation, which is stunning. under that theory we would not be able to look at 9/11. i'm not trying to solve a crime, i'm trying to find out from the mouths of the people on the ground did you ever report there was a protest? how could the president and jay carney and susan rice, all of them claim this was a process created by video. if nobody on the ground ever said there was a protest. so two days after the attack did they say there was a protest? did they did not how did the protest start? >> now because you have not got p the interviews, or to talk to them, you're now threatening no block every new presidential nominee, which has a member of the senate you can put a hold on them until you get access to these folks. >> i don't think it's overthe top for the congress to be able to challenge the narrative of any administration. they were talk todd by the accountability review board. they looked at what happened, they interviewed these survivor survivors, are they being
a combination of a review and investigation. he and the fbi will be looking at it and they are going to conduct their own interviews. he says they are going to treat this like a cold case going out and trying to find the people that were in the gym and around the gym and find the facts. >> there are in consistentsys everything from deeming it accidental. and it looks like foul play was involved and the condition of the body. how will they go about that? does it appear as though there may be a cover up and that being part of the federal investigation? >> that is what the family believes. they believe this was a cover up. we do not know. because that statement from the u.s. attorney was carefully written. what the specific one detail was that initiated the investigation but we do know that there is a possibility that there could be another exhumemation there is the one from the state the autopsy and the private autopsy. maybe the fbi would want their own to find out which one is more in the right direction of what actually happened. what is next? >> the authorities fbi will be goes in and startin
at l.a.x. today, f.b.i. agents were at the apartment where paul anthony ciancia has been living outside of los angeles. they escorted one of his roommates to his cartelling reporters they needed to interview him. armando basco is his neighbor. >> we never thought -- he's a very quiet guy. >> reporter: since being wheeled into the hospital friday, ciancia has been heavily sedated and unable to talk. this picture was taken moments after police shot him to end the rampage. that's when they say ciancia told them that he acted alone and was dropped off at the airport by a friend. police also found a hand-written letter in his bag. in its ciancia wrote he made the conscious decision to try to kill multiple t.s.a. employees in order to instill fear in your traitorous minds. he mentionedded a new world order and mocked former homeland security secretary janet napolitano. the assault rifle he allegedly used in the shooting was purchased legally in california. paul ciancia grew up in pensville, new jersey, classmates at his c.a.t. like high school say he was quiet and unremarkable. today ciancia'
. details of that coming out in the f.b.i. press conference in a short period of time, about 4:00 o'clock local time. we've photo of the ar-15 that the suspect is believed to have used. that is an ar-15 lying on the floor in the photo. that was taken a short while after he was actually shot. we understand from the tsa officials -- sorry f the police officials today that it took 60 seconds for tsa officials to catch up with him as he ran through the terminal. of course, just before he ran to the end of the terminal, he had shot a tsa agent, 39-year-old man, and apparently they tried to actual lea treat him on the scene. he didn't die straight away. this is how the airport chief of police described the efforts to save his life. take a listen. >> they performed first aid on this officer. we all carry trauma kits that we're assigned to that can handle open wounds and chest wounds and things like that. they brought out that trauma kit. they worked very hard to try to help this individual until paramedics could get there. >> reporter: let's show you a picture of what ciancia looks like. h
by the fbi about what is obviously an attack on the country which generally falls within the purview of intelligence agencies and the military would be the reason to block efforts to understand better what transpired? >> yeah, it makes no sense, lou. and i'm sure you have the same instincts. we should be able to conduct a congressional investigation, the representatives of the people, to find out what happened when a consulate was burned to the ground, an babassador was killd and the cia was driven out of the country. that is serious business. they do not have to have an open hearing. they can do a closed-door hearing to get at with the witnesses they want to call, and certainly the government should not be attempting to control those witnesses and still protect the criminal justice system. and by the way, lou, that criminal justice -- that investigation on the criminal justice side got off on the wrong foot because the next day, while we may not have been able to get troops there that night, we should have been able to get troops there the next day, secured our consulate, put our f
temporalmente después de que se produjera un tiroteo en la terminal 3. fuentes del fbi aseguraron que a estas ahora la situación está bajo control y no se perciben amenazas adicionales. el jefe de la policía explicó que sospechoso, identificado... de 23 años, entró en la terminal , sacó un rifle de asalto de una pausa y abrió fuego; . luego accedió al área de seguridad y realizó varios disparos antes de continuar su curso por los pasillos del aeropuerto, donde fue detenido por la policía. según las autoridades, un agente de la agencia de transporte falleció y otras 7 personas resultaron heridas. - el alcalde de la ciudad de boston, georgia, permanece en condición crítica luego de ser baleado varias veces durante lo que pareció ser un robo a su residencia. según las autoridades, el hombre de 23 años de edad estaba la casa con su mamá cuando ladrones entraron, amarraron a su madre y dispararon contra el alcalde. Él, que fue elegido para ocupar el cargo en noviembre es el alcalde más joven que ha tenido ese estado. - vamos a la noticias más internacionales de este día, en
sworn in at the fbi, ten-year term, top justice department official in the bush administration, took over for robert mueller, stepped down after 12 years the head of fbi. today president obama paid tribute to the new fbi director. >> i interviewed a number of extraordinary candidates for this job. all with sterling credentials. but what gave me confidence that this was the right man for the job wasn't his degrees and wasn't his resume, it was in talking to him and seeing his amazing family, a sense this is somebody who knows what's right and what's wrong. ♪ [ male announcer ] welcome back all the sweet things your family loves with 0-calorie monk fruit in the raw. ♪ welcome back [ male announcer ] it's made with the natural, vine-ripened sweetness of fruit, so you can serve up deliciously sweet treats without all the sugar. so let no drink go unsweetened. no spatula un-licked. and no last bit un-sipped. you don't have to throw a party, but you'll probably feel like celebrating. raw natural sweetness, raw natural success. you may be muddling through allergies. try zyrtec-d®. powe
more about the gunman. he still alive. the fbi says 23-year-old paul ciancia walked into the terminal and started shooting. he actually looked like he was targeting it sa agents. he would walk up to people and ask if he thrp tsa if they said no, he would let them go and leave the airport. when he was taken into custody evidently he had a handwritten note threatening the tsa. we now can see his pickerington. he is originally from new jersey. he evidently texted his brother saying he wanted to kill himself. while authorities look at that an yell. a neighbor who grew up with him in new jersey said he never saw this come. >> >> he was just a normal every day guy. friendly. evening right now i'm still trying to process about d. this really happen? did think get the wrong guy? if they told me they got the wrong guy that would make more sense to me. >> the fbi says they got the right guy at this point. the shooting disrupted air travel all day yesterday not only at lax but all across the country. if you are either flying into lax or out of lax you might want to check your airline to make sur
magazines of ammunition. the fbi says it recovered a handwritten note on ciancia that made it clear he was out to kill multiple tsa officers. authorities say he shot tsa officer gerardo hernandez at point-blank range, sending passengers in the security screening area running for cover. investigators say then ciancia went up an escalator but after apparently spotting hernandez still moving on the floor, he doubled back to shoot him again, killing hernandez. >> there was a pause and so i looked down the escalator and i saw the gunman, he had his gun trained on the guy on the wall there and he shot him twice. >> reporter: in the end, two more tsa officers and a traveler were hit. l.a.x. police shot ciancia several times in the face and neck. he's alive but in his condition, he remains unresponsive. earlier friday morning, ciancia sent his family in new jersey rambling text messages. a woman who says she knows him says ciancia said he was going to commit suicide. the family alerted authorities, who then asked lapd to do a welfare check. if only police had gotten to his place just 45 minute
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the killing of president kennedy? we'll talk with the author of a new book. he say the fbi and cia hid vital evidence about jfk's assassination. there's more news coming up on "cbs this morning." can become major victories. i'm phil mickelson, pro golfer. when i was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis, my rheumatologist prescribed enbrel for my pain and stiffness, and to help stop joint damage. [ male announcer ] enbrel may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal events including infections, tuberculosis, lymphoma, other cancers, nervous system and blood disorders, and allergic reactions have occurred. before starting enbrel, your doctor should test you for tuberculosis and discuss whether you've been to a region where certain fungal infections are common. you should not start enbrel if you have an infection like the flu. tell your doctor if you're prone to infections, have cuts or sores, have had hepatitis b, have been treated for heart failure, or if you have symptoms such as persistent fever, bruising, bleeding, or paleness. since enbrel helped relieve my joint pai
. the suspect came back and shot him again killing him. the f.b.i. says five people were shot, including the suspected gunman who is in critical condition at a hopt right now. two other tsa officers were wounded and treated in hospitals and released. 29-year-old high school teach erp is in fair condition. he was shot in the leg. >>> gosh, stephanie. this story is just horrible. you just spok with a passenger who witnessed the shooting, what did the passenger say? >> this man came back to pick up his luggage. the ones that they had abandoned his whole family to run. this what he said he saw. >> we heard gunshots and everybody in security hit the ground. a lot were there, also. there was a pause and i looked down the escalator. he had his gun on the wall there and he shot him twice. so i was kind of knelt down and he ran up the escalator. i said something and he yelled something. >> he said it took hours for him to reunite with his family. he said after he saw him shooting, he went out one door and his wife went out another door and they all walked back to the car. >> oh, my gosh, is it th
. the man accused in the shooting in the la airport told police he acted alone. as the f.b.i. looks for a motive details remerging of the suspect and described those who know him as a loaner and we report. >> a photographer snapped this picture of terrified passengers hiding in a stall at la international airport while a gunman opened fire. the suspected shooter, 23-year-old paul ciancia targeted workers at the arport and the first victim hernandez shot repeatedly at point blank range. >> he killed multiple tsa employees. >> reporter: and he shot tsa officer james spear and tony grigsby recovering and the fourth was hit in the leg. moments before the attack police say ciancia's friend dropped him off at the airport unaware of his plan and a complaint filed in federal court said he had a duffel bag with a rifle and at least five magazines full of ammo and a letter addressing tsa directly and former classmates are stunned remembering him as a loaner. >> he was shy and kept to himself and walking around by himself, didn't really talk to anybody at all. >> i'm absolutely shocked. >> re
the fbi wants to look into his background. they want to see precisely what the motivation was. i was speaking to a police officer yesterday. the police often certain was telling me, look, he might have had a run-in at some point at a checkpoint with the tsa at an airport, we don't know. there was also speculation from the officer that perhaps he'd actually applied for a job that he didn't get with the tsa and possibly that he tried signing up for the precheck, which is early security screening, and might have been turned down for that. that was speculation very much at the time. the fbi is searching his apartment today. it is unclear at this time if anything they found at all. but local officials saying that this actually could have been an awful lot worse and the tsa was so swift to react when the gunman actually entered the airport. take a listen. >> we bore witness to heroism at this airport. when shots rang out, members of the police department ran towards that gunfire, without regard to their own safety or well being. they tracked down the suspect, apprehended and arrested h
position that a criminal investigation by the fbi about what is obviously an attack on the country which generally falls within the purview of intelligence agencies and the military would be the reason to block efforts to understand better what transpired? >> yeah, it makes no sense, lou. and i'm sure you have the same instincts. we should be able to conduct a congressional investigation, the representatives of the people, to find out what happened when a consulate was burned to the ground, an am babassador was kid and the cia was driven out of the country. that is serious business. they do not have to have an open hearing. they can do a closed-door hearing to get at with the witnesses they want to call, and certainly the government should not be attempting to control those witnesses and still protect the criminal justice system. and by the way, lou, that criminal justice -- that investigation on the criminal justice side got off on the wrong foot because the next day, while we may not have been able to get troops there that night, we should have been able to get troops there the next da
in just one month. president obama steered clear of the controversy as he helped swear in his new fbi director, but the white house is saying u.s. intelligence gathering is under review. >> the president clearly feels strongly about making sure that we are not just collecting information because we can, but because we should. >> reporter: besides being embarrassing spying on allies could have economic consequences as washington works to negotiate a major trade deal with the european union. former state department analyst james lewis says the u.s. won't stop the program because in a post 9/11 world the information is too valuable. >> this makes us safer. less surveillance means more successful attacks. >> reporter: the white house hopes to complete its surveillance review by the end of the year. danielle nottingham, cbs news, washington. >> the head of the health and intelligence committee will travel to brussels to try and find a way to move forward with our european allies. >>> let's take you to colorado where the boulder district attorney will not pursue charges in the jonbenet r
indicating it was a crime, he'll ask the fbi to conduct an investigation. vinita nair, cbs news. >>> on the "cbs moneywatch," food stamp cutting starts today, and airline lines allowing devices onboard flights. wendy gillette is at the new york stock exchange. good morning, wendy. >> good morning, anne-marie. asian markets were mixed despite the fact that factories grew during 18 months. tokyo's nikkei lost nearly 1%. hong kong's hang seng added a quarter percent. >>> after posting big gains for october, wall street stocks ended the month slightly slower. the dow jones industrial average lost 73 points on thursday. the nasdaq was off 10 points. >>> starting today, the more than 47 million americans who receive food stamps will have to get by with less help from the federal government. a temporary benefit from the 2009 economic stimulus that increased funding will no longer be available. that means a family of four will receive about $36 less per month. food stamp funding is tied to the wide-ranging farm bill being negotiated in congress. >>> the federal government will be more a
rice -- there was an fbi discovered the terrorist trying to steer plans in the land, stand down, and all he -- host: caller you are breaking up a little bit here to let me put you on hold and see if we can get a better connection with you. you are cutting in and out. i want to make sure you get a chance to talk fully to our guest here and we will put you on hold. diana from california, democrat line. hi. caller: hi, there, first time caller. your guess just finished saying that we have to get the trust of the american people. i am a lifelong government -- democrat. feinstein'sne office, al raged it -- outraged that she is supporting this violation of our constitutional rights that i have never been more active in following the hearings that the senate, at the congress level. i will never, ever again vote for a democrat that supports the status quo. now, you are supposed to be concerned about restoring trust of the average citizen -- it is never going to happen when we go see clapper fired at the minimum to ourhting to -- lyringying representatives speared we are not stupid. we h
about paul ciancia. the fbi says he was carrying a handwritten letter during his shooting spree. in it he expresses his desire to kill multiple tsa officers. he wrote getting a gun into the airport was seesy. sees -- easy. he opened fire on friday killing a tsa officer and wounding three our people. >> a panel of judges will begin hearing arguments in the bp oil case. last months they threw out a set esetelement. and the supreme court dismissed a appeal by oklahoma to revive a abortion law. it banned drug induced abortionings. the oklahoma court struck it done last year. they are asking the court to reissue a detailed version of their opinion. with the supreme court's dismissal the law researc remair turned. >> isome european union lawmakes say the laws are too soft. in denmark where the bags are taxed their use is down to four baggings pebag -- bags per persh year. they're to set targets for each country to reduce bag use. >> that is terrific. >> they end up in land fills and they don't breakdown and they end up in streams and water ways and estuaries. they kill off marine life
employees and contractors, including many who work for the c.i.a., the f.b.i., the state department, and the defense department, i know from years of firsthand experience how agencies can sometimes use various forms of pressure and intimidation to keep employees from sharing information of concern with congress. i know the benghazi survivors and other witnesses that night need the protection of a friendly subpoena to compel their testimony before congress, particularly on matters as sensitive as this, in order to protect them. so far the committees have failed to provide this protection to allow survivors and other witnesses, to allow them to share their story publicly so the american people can hear them. based on disclosures in recent news reports, i now believe that the benghazi plot represents a significant intelligence failure by the united states at several levels. understanding these failures as well as the government's inexplicable response during and after the attack, is critical to preventing future attacks. i want to outline a number of apparent intelligence failures lead
. no details according to the fbi investigators talked to him and done some of the interview process. when you talk to the fbi and some investigators they're not geting a lot of information about the suspect because of his condition. take a listen. >> is receiving medical treatment. i will not talk about his gunshot wounds. at this point he is unresponsive and we're unable to interview him. >> reporter: unable to interview him right now but before he was taken to the hospital, when he was taken into custody he told agents he acted alone, jenna. we're told he was shot multiple times. one of the reasons why it was difficult to interview him. he was shot in the face as well and heavily sedated. jenna. jenna: more as the story develops, adam, thank you very much. the story broke during "happening now" as viewers saw pictures of wounded being brought out of terminal 3. one of the first eyewitness accounts came in from fox including a member of the fox family. fox sports columnist bill ryder who witnessed chaos in terminal 3. we're lucky to have him as our guest. great to be see you. >> hi, jenna. g
today he, once again, blasted republicans during an unrelated event to swear in the new fbi director. he obviously knew nothing about sequester either. former clinton adviser and fox is political analyst joins us tonight. great to have you with this. good to have you with us. and pulitzer prize-winning journalist, fox is contributor, judy miller, great to have you with us. this is -- is this a known of the president? amin, the evidence is starting to mount. >> bring back secretary rumsfeld and these are the unknown unknowns. look, this man is either clueless or misleading s or there is the third possibility. it. lou: the first two were so attracted. >> fox business the plausible deniability. this. lou: which of these is possible to you? >> certainly did not want to know because he told the german chancellor that he didn't know anything about herself on being tapped, but the german press and by the way, says that is not true. he knew two years ago. it. lou: it is a heck of a note to get contradicted by the german press secretary. your reaction? >> sure would you rather have, the know noth
hernandaz who crumpled to the floor. the suspect came back and shot him again killing him. the f.b.i. says five people were shot, including the suspected gunman who is in critical condition at a hopt right now.
that irs people have, that f.b.i. people have, that other officials in the government have. they're going to have all of this personal information. so is that going to be subject to fraud? is that going to be subject to identity theft? is that going to be subject to using that information in ways that we never considered in this country? so what we have is not a professional business rollout. we had a political rollout that failed in a huge, huge way. >> because you just said a moment ago that if the president would have told the truth, he would not have been elected. >> he knows he didn't tell the truth. we can say it 7,000 different times. >> the "new york times" says he simply misspoke, mr. johnson. >> he misspoke repeatedly and he knew that this was transformative, that you wouldn't have what you had in the past if you were happy with it. yeah, i guess you'll have some new stuff. but there was always new stuff available under medicaid. there was all a capacity in this country for people to get health care. now we have people that are dying of cancer, as seen in the "wall street journa
? you're secret service, i'm fbi. we think differently. in what way? my informant's life is just as valuable to me as the president's is to you. you could've come to me privately. this is a highly sensitive operation. no offense, agent hoffman, but we only met yesterday. i don't know you. but i can assure you, archer petit was nowhere near angela nix on the night she disappeared. what about the photo? what about it? it's a decent match to a police sketch. but then again, so is every other good looking black dude under 40. you want to build a case on that? where's archer now? in jail. in jail? how come? i put him there. to sell his cover. like i said, this is a highly sensitive operation. don't move! (people shrieking) hand me your weapon. slowly. get down on the ground. face the bar. put your hands on your head. (people sobbing) kramer: where's the money, slick? i don't know what you're talking about. don't irritate me. okay, okay, okay. just don't shoot me. please. it's right here. and don't move. cell phones. in the bag there. dealer. up. stand up. grab that bag. hurry up. (yel
a handwritten note, fbi special agent david bowdag. e. >> we found a statement where he made a conscious decision to kill multiple tsa employees. >> he was dropped off at the airport and then shot gerardo hernandez point blank. he is the first tsa officer ever killed in the line of duty. even as he sprayed bullets from his assault bullet rifle throughout the, few were injured, airport police chief -- >> we were so lucky. >> in all honesty this could have been much, much worse. >> in his hometown of pen field, new jersey many are asking why. but so far there are no answers. >> josh pagan was a former neighbor. >> he was a friendly guy and there had to be something horrific to go on for him to do something like that. >> he is charged with murder ago federal officer while on duty and could face the death penalty, and authorities are saying little about the person who dropped him off at lax. as for those thousands of passengers stranded by friday's shooting, they are finally on their way. for sunday morning, this is carter evans in los angeles. >> osgood: secretary of state john kerry made u
if he indicates -- uncovers enough evidence, he will ask the fbi to conduct an investigation. >> reporter: vinita nair, wjz eyewitness news. >> federal prosecutors add, even if they determine johnson's death was a crime, they may not have jurisdiction to pursue the case. >>> convicted sniper, lee boyd malvo is challenging his sentence to life without parole. >> reporter: they argue malvo's petition should be dismissed. he was convicted for his role in the 2002 sniper shootings that killed 10 people and wounded three others. malvo, who was 17 at the time of the killings, argues his life without parole sentence should be dismissed because of a recent supreme court decision, outlawing mandatory life sentences, without parole for juveniles. the virginia attorney general's office, also support a similar challenge in that state. >> malvo's accomplice, john allen muhammad, was sentenced to death and executed in virginia in 2009. >>> as the civil war rages on in syria, an international chemical weapons watch dog group says tacountry has destroyed the equipment used to make chemical w
-span 3. off capitol hill, president obama is at fbi headquarters this afternoon. you will deliver remarks at the installation ceremony of james komi who was sworn in as fbi director last month. you can watch that live online at c-span.org. honoring jeb bush with its annual leadership award, the ceremony will include remarks by john boehner and south carolina senator tim scott. you can see that live at 7:30 p.m. eastern on c-span 3. the courtship of beth wallace and harry truman began here at her home in independence, missouri. >> when my grandfather visited independence, 26 miles from where he lived at the time in 1910, he often stayed across the street at the nolan house, which is where his aunt and two cousins live. one afternoon he was over there with his cousins with the family and his aunt brought in a cake late that my great-grandmother this isn her a cake and nolan had cleaned the cake plate and was asking if anybody would take it back over. whatandfather moved with my mother once described as something approaching the speed of light and grabbed the cake plate and ran over here and
to the fbi so they can follow up on it. missouri,o jerry from a republican caller. caller: good morning. excuse my speech. go ahead with your comment. caller: i am opposed to spying on americans. i just think it is wrong. i don't think there is any good in it, i don't think there is anything that will come out of it -- out of it. garrison new hampshire, republican caller. new hampshire, republican caller. i am opposed to the nsa spying. they should be ashamed of themselves. the department of homeland security, the nsa, they should all be removed. congress gave away our right after 9/11. they gave their rights away to the president. that is our voice, our rights. they need to take that back and rain and the nsa and the government. they are going crazy. john is next, a republican from louisiana. a lot of the nsa spying is due to the technology. it used to be a scanner is all you had. now it is on a global magnitude. what are they intended to target somebody, i believe that comes under the fisa court. to fact they listen something is basically because they can. it would be physically impos
to speak at the welcoming ceremony for fbi director in washington, the president is facing heat overseas for new revelations about american spying on foreign leaders. the latest diplomatic fallout from documents provided by edward snowden began last week when "the guardian" reported nsa monitored personal communications of 35 world leaders. among them german chancellor angela merkel who fond president obama to complain. >> the president spoke with angela merkel assured her the united states was not and will not monitor her. >> is not and will not but what about has been. recent reports in the german press indicate u.s. had been monitoring merkel's cell phone since 2002, a full three years before she became germany's leader, but did president obama know. not according to white house officials who told "the wall street journal" the president was unaware of targeting of foreign leaders until this summer's leaks by edward snowden. the white house response followed a report in germany's newspaper asserting president obama was personally briefed on the merkel situation three years ago by snow
of the los angeles airport. fbi and local law enforcement on the scene after a gunman opened fire at a tsa checkpoint, killing one tsa employee. at least six others were wounded. the suspect, identified as 23-year-old paul ciancia, reportedly began shooting on the ground floor and continued firing as he raced to a tsa screening area. frightened passengers scrambled for cover, even on to the tarmac. the suspect was wounded in a gun fight with officers. he is now in custody. ♪ ♪ hey [ male announcer ] when we built the cadillac ats from the ground up, to be the world's best sports sedan... ♪ ...people noticed. ♪ something like a phenomenon, baby ♪ ♪ you're something like a phenomenon ♪ [ male announcer ] the cadillac ats, 2013 north american car of the year. lease this cadillac ats for around $299 per month with premium care maintenance included. the united states population is going to grow by over 90 ovemillion people,ears and almost all that growth is going to be in cities. what's the healthiest and best way for them to grow so that they really become cauldrons of prosperity
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